AEW Star makes cryptic post about possible departure from the company

For the first time since the company’s inception, All Elite Wrestling’s roster is slowly starting to shrink. AEW originals like Marko Stunt and Joey Janela ventured back into the independent circuit after their contracts expired earlier this year, and coverage of the turmoil from the likes of Malakai Black and Andrade El Idolo left both men’s futures uncertain. While the former is now expected to return to television every week, the latter may have said goodbye to AEW altogether.

Andrade took to his Instagram and shared several photos of himself in his AEW entrance attire, along with a cryptic caption.

“Just want to thank you!!! See you soon,” Andrade wrote. “Solo quiero darles las gracias!! Bye.”

This adds fuel to the fire that could have Andrade on its way out of AEW. The former NXT champion has made his frustrations with her current booking clear in recent months, taking himself under fire when he got into a fight with Sammy Guevara backstage in October. The two exchanged heated words on social media, which ended with an alleged warning that Andrade would see Guevara that week AEW dynamite. Despite AEW management warning them they would be sent home if they fought, both men became physical before the televised footage. Andrade was told to pack his bags while Guevara stayed behind that night and worked on the main event.

Andrade has not been seen in AEW programming since the backstage fight, as he is currently suspended from the company. He was originally supposed to risk his AEW career against the mask of Preston Vance in an episode of AEW rampage, but that game was scrapped due to his suspension. The 33-year-old star was also recently pulled from an RGR Lucha Libre show and replaced by AEW’s Rey Fenix.

“Greetings to all my friends in Los Angeles! I would have loved to meet you all this Sunday, but I had a problem attending,” Andrade said. “I will provide more details about it at a later date. If it were up to me, I would have loved to be there with all of you. I hope to see you all again in Los Angeles and I apologize.”

It’s worth noting that this video was shot from a hospital bed, which may indicate that Andrade may be injured.

AEW President Tony Khan addressed the absence of Andrade and fellow missing AEW star Miro AEW full equipment press conference, pointing out that people take breaks from the promotion all the time.

“You’ve seen people take some sabbaticals, absences, breaks from AEW for various reasons and come back and get very involved,” Khan said. “And I think for both guys that’s still something you could see.”

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